Google to live stream Android O Launch Event on Monday Timed for Total Solar Eclipse

Google has once again proven how unpredictable it can be. As Google will live stream Android O Launch Event on Monday Timed for Total Solar Eclipse. Google will celebrate the eclipse, at 2:40PM ET at an event in New York City on Monday, August 21.

Google to live stream Android O Launch Event on Monday Timed for Total Solar Eclipse

It’s been nearly one hundred years since we’ve seen a solar eclipse at the same scale as the one that sweeps across the US on Monday. At that time when NASA will live stream the solar eclips, Google will also live stream Android O launch event.

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Google launched Android O Developer preview few months back. The great software update would start with the Pixel line up of smartphones. The new software is coming with a variety of new features. Android O have boosted Artificial Intelligence with enhanced security.

Here are some prominent features of Android O:

  • Notification Shade: In Android O, there is a little re-ordering of the toggles. Moreover, it also takes up a little more space on-screen.
  • Notification Handling: As for notification handling, the new software has come with some advancement.  If you long press on a notification you’ll see a toggle for Notifications.
  • Quick Setting: New version of Android provides better quick setting. When you open up the Quick Settings screen, you’ll see we still have different color schemes for the Pixels compared to Nexus devices.
  • App Badges: Android O provides native support for app badges. With this feature, app icon will show you your unread notification count etc
  • keyboard Navigation: This feature will allow you to get a better operating system support if they ever want to use keyboard based arrow and tab navigation capabilities.
  • Picture in Picture Display: The new Android O features picture in picture display. Now the users can get the multiple window in a screen. Moreover, users will watch the video in picture in picture display.

For More Details Also Read: Google Releases Second Android O Developer Preview-Everything You Need to Know

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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